Acute Diabetic Mononeuropathy

This is presumably due to infarction of the nerve. Cranial neuropathy

Acute ophthalmoplegia due to third-nerve involvement is the most common cranial neuropathy. The onset is usually abrupt, and pain is seen in up to 50 percent of patients (owing to involvement of trigeminal branches in the cavernous sinus or involvement of pain-sensitive nerve endings within the connective tissue of the affected nerve17). Pain is aching and is located behind or above the eye. Most patients are usually over 50 years old and the pupils are often spared.

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